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jedimaster

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#34567
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Daredevil 2
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I said it- he did nothing to me, but be a halfass actor. I just don't like the guy. He's too full of himself and he never stops being Ben Assfleck for his roles. Plus, he does have a really big chin, but that's besides the point. I like Jay Leno even though he has a big chin.

Oh, and I think someone earlier in the thread was looking for this response?
"Word bitch, Phantoms like a motherfucker".
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#34477
Topic
Daredevil 2
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I think Michael Clarke Duncan- besides making a good intimidating presence- is a hell of an actor and did pretty good as the Kingpin, considering that for the movie it was conceived as a pretty two dimensional character.

That being said, Ben Affleck needs to stop ruining movies right fucking now. I'm sick of his big chin and that stupid ass head shaking thing he does when he walks. He looks like that old McDonald's commercial Mac Tonight with the singing moon- his chin is worse than Jay Leno's. And the more money he makes the bigger his chin gets. It's true, look at his early movies and his chin is big, but look at his most recent ones and you can see that it's getting bigger. Must be like Pinocchio when he lies his chin gets bigger.

I don't really like Affleck.
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#34076
Topic
What was your first experience with SW.
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My first memory is of getting R2D2 and C3P0 and taking them with me when my mother went to the bank. The woman at the desk looked at my figures and said "Oh, Ar-too-dee-too" and I looked at her like "That's not how it's pronounced". I was only 5 in 77, so I don't remember seeing Star Wars, but my parents said I did.

I do remember seeing The Empire Strikes Back and sitting in my parents wagon on the ride home asking why they didn't show Han Solo getting rescued. My father, always the cynic, said "That's so you'll come back and spend more money to see the next movie".

I remember spending a loooong time waiting in line for ROTJ with my uncle- this was before my area had a theatre with more than 3 screens. We got very close to the door and heard the announcement that it was sold out and they'd have another showing in 3 hours.